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  1. I only ship in the continental US (includes Alaska), only take payment (to cover shipping cost) via PayPal. $7 for a small flat rate box with 10x6" portion of salvinia minima. Currently have 2-3 boxes worth. First come first serve. Will update thread as I have more/less available. Its a cool easy to grow floating plant. I have it in most of my betta tanks as a light diffuser/shade for the bettas and the other plants. I've not tried it with goldfish. It's a fairly small leafed/rooted floater, but not as small/annoying as duckweed, great nitrate buster, has cool cat tongue like texture on top of leaves. It doesn't get burnt by bright light, nor rot from condensation under a hood (like water lettuce and frogbit will). I notice it grows larger with more light-1 tank has a 13 watt cfl in a reflector lamp about 2" above the floaters. Photo showing example portion size: Top view on a 3g picotope (Freya is peeking out to say hello): Underside view on a 7g cube (Xerxes is photo bombing)
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